First Year Academics
Welcome to Stevens!
The Office of Undergraduate Academics (OUA) provides academic advising and support to the entire undergraduate student body in matters related to academic policy and procedure. The information below is intended to serve as an introduction to your academics and resources at Stevens. We strongly encourage you to familiarize yourself with our academic policies and procedures to ensure a smooth academic transition into Stevens.
First Semester Schedule
Incoming students will receive their fall semester schedules by mid-August. Schedules are constructed based on intended major and any AP/IB/college credits earned. The link below will provide a list of first semester courses by major based on the 2022-2023 Academic Catalog. Additional updates on how to view your fall semester schedule will be provided as the fall semester approaches.
Once you receive your schedule of classes, you may visit the the campus bookstore website. Textbooks will be posted online for each term.
Deadline to upload first year student college credit evaluation form and all course syllabi for transfer credit review to your student portal
Deadline to submit official college transcripts for transfer credit to the Office of Undergraduate Admissions
Deadline to submit a change of major request to the Office of Undergraduate Admissions. After this deadline, major change requests will not be accommodated for the fall semester.
Deadline to submit AP/IB exam scores to Stevens
Academic Policies and Procedures
In the academic policies and procedures library, students can find policies related to absence from a class or exam, academic standing, credit overloading, repeating a course, etc. Procedures related to academic tasks like adding courses, transferring courses, changing majors or repeating a course are all completed through Workday Student.
The academic catalog is your guide to degree programs, course descriptions and policies and procedures for your entering year. A study plan, which is semester by semester outline of courses can be found for all majors offered within the four schools of study at Stevens.
If you need accommodations such as extra time for exams, please reach out to the Director of Disability Services Mr. Philip Gehman.
The Academic Support Center provides free one-on-one tutoring, a walk-in tutoring center, and workshops on study skills and time management.
The Writing and Communication Center (WCC) provides help with writing assignments & humanities courses.
Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) provides free and confidential personal counseling services to enrolled students of Stevens of Technology.